Aaron Sorkin holds a unique status among contemporary film and television writers due to his trademark style, or “Sorkinisms” as they are both affectionately and derisively called.
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An animator whose cartoons were as looney as his imagination, which knew no bounds.
A production company whose groundbreaking visuals have only been matched by one other thing: their ability to tell a great story.
“The creation of a single world comes from a huge number of fragments and chaos.” – Hayao Miyazaki
How two brothers turned a personal vlog into a digital media empire with heart.
Through her street interviews and web content, Kahnweiler uses her own sexually charged Jewish girl persona to explore social taboos with comedy.
Blood, guts and dialogue. Tarantino is film’s most distinctive voice. His advice to filmmakers? “If you want to make a movie, make it.”
A cinematographer whose style is as eclectic and versatile as the great directors he works with.
Do you like samurai films? Kurosawa is the master of the genre. His films also introduced the world to the beauty of Japanese cinema.
The prized pupil of the New Hollywood era, Anderson has evolved the techniques pioneered by the movement to make some of the most acclaimed films of the past two decades.